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The oldest surviving Aston Martin is celebrating its 100th year on the road, and the iconic British manufacturer is celebrating with a special edition A3 Vantage Roadster. Named after the 1921 A3, the A3 Vantage features bespoke details inspired by the original. Outside, a black grille with aluminum surround and the original intercrossed AM logo, black paint, and 20-inch black forged wheels that mimic the wooden spokes of the A3. Inside is a chestnut leather interior with brass bezels around the intruments and the original Aston Martin script logo. Only three A3 Vantage Roadsters will be produced by Aston’s bespoke Q division.